King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 80

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

Main families covered by my extracts include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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FDJ1784508-11NPDSTOPFORDJamesEarl of CourtownAt Essexford, co Louth, in the 84th year of her age, Mrs Anna STOPFORD, relict of the Bishop of Cloyne and sister to the late Earl of CourtownNickR
DEP1810405NPDSTOPFORDJamesEarl of CourtownIn England, aged 79, Earl of Courtown, N.S.P. He is succeeded in his titles and estates by his eldest son Viscount StopfordNickR
FJ1831730NPDSTOPFORDJamesEarl of CourtownOn the 23 inst, at her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, co Wexford, Esq and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
LH1831801NPDSTOPFORDJamesEarl of CourtownAt her house in Bath, Lady Charlotte RAM, relict of the late Stephen RAM of Ramsfort, in the co Wexford, Esq and Portswood Hants, and sister of the late Earl of CourtownNickR
FJ1808413NPDSTOPFORDJames (2nd Earl)Rt Hon Earl CourtownAt Seafield near Corey, Lady Anne GORE relict of the late Walter GORE of Harperstown and sister of the Rt Hon Earl Courtown (James STOPFORD 2nd Earl)NickR
Pue'sO1753312NPSSTOPFORDJohnRevSunday last the Rev John STOPFORD was concrecated Bishop of Cloyne ...NickR
CG HA1789525NPDSTOPFORDJosephRevAt Vicardale, county Monaghan, Mrs. STOPFORD, wife of the Rev. Joseph STOPFORD, of Charleville, co. of Cork.NickR
LHMA1789529NPDSTOPFORDJosephRevOn Sunday the 17th inst. at Vidsdale, county Monaghan, Mrs. STOPFORD wife of the Rev. Joseph STOPFORD, of Charleville.NickR
DEP1810109NPDSTOPFORDMary (ow POWYS)Countess of CourtownAt Han Common (England) Mary, Countess of CourtownNickR
FJ1835207NPMSTOPFORDThomasCaptOn the 5th inst, at Kilternan church, co Monaghan, Capt Thomas STOPFORD of the 82nd Regt, fourth son of the Rev William STOPFORD, to Jane Eliza daughter of the late Rev George HARDMANNickR
WMT G1835219NPMSTOPFORDThomasCaptOn the 5th instant, at Kilternan Church, Captain Thomas Stopford, 82d Regiment, to Jane Eliza, daughter of the late Rev. George Hardman and niece of Andrew Ker, Esq., of Newbliss-House, Co. of Monaghan. SdeM
FJ1835207NPMSTOPFORDWilliamRevOn the 5th inst, at Kilternan church, co Monaghan, Capt Thomas STOPFORD of the 82nd Regt, fourth son of the Rev William STOPFORD, to Jane Eliza daughter of the late Rev George HARDMANNickR
FDJ1784508-11NPDSTOPFORD Bishop of CloyneAt Essexford, co Louth, in the 84th year of her age, Mrs Anna STOPFORD, relict of the Bishop of Cloyne and sister to the late Earl of CourtownNickR
FJ1830615NPDSTOPFORD Earl of CourtownOn the 8th inst, at Hastings, aged 23 years, Lady Charlotte STOPFORD, fourth daughter of the Earl of CourtounNickR
LHMA1789529NPDSTOPFORD MrsOn Sunday the 17th inst. at Vidsdale, county Monaghan, Mrs. STOPFORD wife of the Rev. Joseph STOPFORD, of Charleville.NickR
WMT J1826907NPDSTOPFORD Rev ArchdeaconOn the 25th ult. at Belmont, near Aughnanloy, to the inexpressible grief of her afflicted family, Elizabeth Catherine Stopford, eldest daughter of the Rev. Archdeacon Stopford. SdeM
WMT J1829813NPMSTOPFORD Rev DrIn Aughnacloy Church, on the 3d instant, by the Rev. Dr. Stopford, Archdeacon of Armagh, Edward Waller, Esq., Barrister at Law, to Mary, only daughter of Henry Crossle, of Avahoe-house, in the County of Tyrone, Esq. SdeM
LC1810411NPSSTOREY WidowThe Widow STOREY, of Bruff, acknowledges the receipt of Two Guineas from Charles CREED, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1831215NPMSTORYRichardCaptAt Kilfennan (sic) Church, County Limerick, by the Rev. Mr. ELLARD, Captain Richard STORY, 1st West India Regiment, to Eliza, second daughter of Standish O∆Grady BENNETT, Esq., of Tankerville, Co. CorkNickR
LC1792725NPDSTORYRichardRevSaturday, at Bruff, the Rev. Richard STORYNickR
WMT J1828131NPDSTRACYElizabethMrsOn the Continent, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Stracy, Esq., Dragoon Guards. SdeM
WMT J1828131NPDSTRACYHenryEsqOn the Continent, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Stracy, Esq., Dragoon Guards. SdeM
WMT J18241230NPMSTRAHANJaneMissOn the 29th inst. Mr. William Irwin, of this city, Printer, to Miss Jane Strahan, of Carlow.SdeM
WMT J1827607NPMSTRANE Rev DrOn the 5th inst., at Athlone Church, by the Rev. Dr. Strane, Charles St.†John, Esq., M.D., 61st Regiment, to Maria, fourth daughter of the late Wm. Jones, of Belleville, Co. Westmeath, Esq. SdeM
FJ1799629NPMSTRANGEMANJohnEsqAt the Quakers meeting, Cork John STRANGEMAN Esq of Waterford to Miss D NEWSOM daughter of the late George NEWSOM Esq of CorkNickR
FJ1764411-14NPDSTRANGEMANThomasMrLast Week at Kilworth Mr Mot CUNNINGHAM. at the same place Mr Thomas STRANGEMANNickR
FJ1821705NPMSTRANGMANAnn On 28th ult at the Friends Meeting House, Waterford, Paul ABBOTT, Esq of Cork, to Ann youngest daughter of the late joshua STRANGMAN Esq of WaterfordNickR
FJ1842712NPMSTRANGMANEdwardEsqOn the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward IrelandNickR
LGA1805125NPMSTRANGMANElizaMissJames BLACKALL Esq of the General Post Office to Miss Eliza STRANGMAN of Lismore Co WaterfordNickR
LC1833522NPDSTRANGMANGeorge NewsomEsqAt Dublin, George Newsom STRANGMAN ofWooodstown, in the Liberties of Waterford, EsqNickR
FJ18471202NPMSTRANGMANHaldah On the 25th inst, at the Friend's Meeting-house, Lisburn, Edward BARRINGTON of this city, to Haldah, eldest daughter of the late Joshua STRANGMAN. of WaterfordNickR
FJ1810906NPMSTRANGMANHannah WakefieldMissAt Waterford, at the Friends Meeting House, Thomas HANDCOCK, of London Esq MD to Miss Hannah Wakefield STRANGMAN daughter of the late Thomas Handcock STRANGMAN Esq of that cityNickR
FJ1829915NPMSTRANGMANJohnEsqSeptember 10, at the Friends Meeting House, Waterford John Robert GREER of Bristol Esq to Sarah third daughter of John STRANGMAN of Summerland in the liberties of Waterford EsqNickR
FJ1842712NPMSTRANGMANJohnEsqOn the 7th inst, in Limerick, Edward, son of the late John STRANGMAN Esq of Summerland, Waterford, to Anne Amelia daughter of the late F GOFF Esq of Prince Edward IrelandNickR
LGA1812124NPDSTRANGMANJoshuaEsqOn Tuesday [21/1] in Waterford at the advanced age of 79 years Joshua STRANGMAN Esq of the Society of Friends ... He was the son of an eminent merchant in Dublin ...NickR
LGA1819413NPMSTRANGMANJoshuaEsqat the Friends meeting house Mountmellick, Joshua STRANGMAN Esq of Waterford, to Anna daughter of James PIM Esq of that placeNickR
FJ1821705NPMSTRANGMANJoshuaEsqOn 28th ult at the Friends Meeting House, Waterford, Paul ABBOTT, Esq of Cork, to Ann youngest daughter of the late joshua STRANGMAN Esq of WaterfordNickR
LS1840303NPMSTRANGMANJoshuaEsqAt the Friends Meeting House Waterford, John GRUBB Esq of Clonmel to Rebecca, daughter of the late Joshua STRANGMAN EsqNickR
Pue'sO1740812NPSSTRANGMANJoshuaMrOn Saturday last, the Assizes ended at Maryborough at which time Abraham FRY and John HYLAND were try'd and found guilty, for the conspiracies against Joshua STRANGMAN of Mountmelick, (as formerly incerted in this paper) they were fined £100 each, one year and one day's imprisonment and find surety afterwards for seven years for their good behaviourNickR
LGA1820204NPBSTRANGMANJoshua In Waterford the lady of Joshua STRANGMAN Esq of a daughterNickR
FJ18471202NPMSTRANGMANJoshua On the 25th inst, at the Friend's Meeting-house, Lisburn, Edward BARRINGTON of this city, to Haldah, eldest daughter of the late Joshua STRANGMAN. of WaterfordNickR
Pue'sO1740321NPSSTRANGMANJoshua junMrsee Joshua STRANGMAN senNickR
Pue'sO1740321NPSSTRANGMANJoshua senMrMount Mellick, june 17, 1740
Yesterday a most wicked Conspiracy was discovered, to Rob and Murder Mr Joshua STRANGMAN senr, an eminent Quaker Merchant of this Town, which was to be done last night in the following manner, viz. one Abraham FRY, and John HEYLAN had engaged with some others to set fire to 2 houses in the town belonging to said STRANGMAN, and at the same time to set fire to a village near the place called Irishtown, belonging to Mr STRANGMAN's son in order to draw off Mr STRANGMAN's servants to the relief of those places. Then the conspirators were to break into his house and Rob and murder him, his wife and two daughters, but the execution of this horrid conspiracy was timely prevented by two of the persons engaged in it, who have given full examination before a Magistrate, and the said FRY and HEYLAN are now in Ions in the Goal of Marryborough
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LS1838828NPMSTRANGMANREsqAt George's church, Dublin, by the Rev C FIEURY, R STRANGMAN Esq to Anna Maria, third daughter of the late Richard DARLEY EsqNickR
LS1840303NPMSTRANGMANRebecca At the Friends Meeting House Waterford, John GRUBB Esq of Clonmel to Rebecca, daughter of the late Joshua STRANGMAN EsqNickR
FJ1829915NPMSTRANGMANSarah September 10, at the Friends Meeting House, Waterford John Robert GREER of Bristol Esq to Sarah third daughter of John STRANGMAN of Summerland in the liberties of Waterford EsqNickR
Pue'sO1742301NPMSTRANGMANthomasMrSunday last Mr thomas STRANGMAN, an eminent merchant of Meath Street, was married to Mrs Sarah HANDCOCK a beautiful young widow with a large fortuneNickR
FJ1810906NPMSTRANGMANThomas HandcockEsqAt Waterford, at the Friends Meeting House, Thomas HANDCOCK, of London Esq MD to Miss Hannah Wakefield STRANGMAN daughter of the late Thomas Handcock STRANGMAN Esq of that cityNickR
LGA18181201NPDSTRANGMANWilliamEsqOn Friday [27/11] at his lodgings on the Quay Waterford Wm STRANGMAN EsqNickR
FJ18301220NPMSTRANGMAN Esq junOn the 14th inst, at St George's church, Hanover Square, London, ?? STRANGMAN jun Esq of Waterford to Eliza daughter of the late Capt Edward PERKIN RN of Upper Berkeley Street and niece of the late Admiral PRINGLENickR
FJ1770918-20NPDSTRATFORDLouisa CooteMissA few days ago in Queen Street Miss Louisa Coote STRATFORD, daughter of the Rev Mr STRATFORDNickR
WMT J1830603NPDSTRATFORD Earl of AldboroughAt Union-Hill, on the 30th ultimo, most deeply and deservedly regretted by her numerous family and friends, Mrs. Dennis, wife of the Rev. Meade Dennis, second daughter of the late Lady Martha Saunders, and niece to the Stratford Earl of Aldborough: her remains were borne to the grave by her sons and sons-in-law, attended by a great concourse, who had for so many years been partakers of her kindness. SdeM
FJ1770925-27NPDSTRATFORD MasterMaster STRATFORD son of the Rev Mr STRATFORD, his two sisters died last weekNickR
WMT G1835219NPBSTRATONRobertCaptOn the 1st instant, at Clifton, the lady of Captain Robert Straton, 90th Light Infantry, of a daughter. SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMSTRATTONJohnEsqIn St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk. SdeM
WMT J1828103NPMSTREANAnsleyRevOn the 29th ult. by the Rev. Ansley Strean, Francis Pickering, of Rockbrook, County Dublin, Esq. to Sarah, second daughter of William Joyce of Athlone, County of Roscommon, Esq. SdeM
WMT G1835618NPDSTREANCatherine June 8, in Sydney Avenue, Blackrock, where she had been for some time residing on account of her health, Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Strean, of Athlone. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPDSTREANCatherine On the 8th instant, in Sydney Avenue, Blackrock, where she had been for some time residing on account of her health, Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Doctor Strean, of Athlone. SdeM
WMT G1835618NPDSTREAN Rev DrJune 8, in Sydney Avenue, Blackrock, where she had been for some time residing on account of her health, Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Strean, of Athlone. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPDSTREAN Rev DrOn the 8th instant, in Sydney Avenue, Blackrock, where she had been for some time residing on account of her health, Catherine, eldest daughter of the Rev. Doctor Strean, of Athlone. SdeM
WMT J1823619NPDSTREATFIELDHenryEsqOn the 10th Inst., Sydney, third son of Henry Streatfield, Esq. of Cheddingstone, Kent, and Private Secretary to the Right Honourable Robert Peel.SdeM
WMT J1823619NPDSTREATFIELDSydney On the 10th Inst., Sydney, third son of Henry Streatfield, Esq. of Cheddingstone, Kent, and Private Secretary to the Right Honourable Robert Peel.SdeM
FJ1820505NPMSTRETCHAbrahamEsqOn Monday last, in Ennis Church, Robert HONEYBURNE Esq to Miss STRETCH daughter of Abraham STRETCH EsqNickR
FJ1820505NPMSTRETCH MissOn Monday last, in Ennis Church, Robert HONEYBURNE Esq to Miss STRETCH daughter of Abraham STRETCH EsqNickR
Pue'sO1752613NPMSTRETTELLExperienceMissTuesday last, Moses PIM Esq of Lackah in the Queen's co, was married to Miss Experience STRETTELL of Fleet street, a beautiful young lady with fine accomplisments and every qualification to render the marriage state happy, with 2000L fortuneNickR
WMT J18271227NPDSTRICKLANDNathaniel (jun)MrOf a decline, in the 21st year of his age, Mr. Nathaniel Strickland, jun., Student of the Irish Evangelical College, deeply and deservedly lamented by his family and friends. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDSTRICKLANDWilliamSir BartAt Tenby, the Lady of Sir William Strickland, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDSTRICKLAND LadyAt Tenby, the Lady of Sir William Strickland, Bart. SdeM
WMT J1825414NPBSTRINGERFrancisEsqAt Hermitage, in this County, on the 8th inst., the Lady of Francis Stringer, Esq., of a Son and Heir. And on the same day at Middleton, in this County, the Lady of C.B. Smyth, Esq. of a Daughter. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPMSTRUTHERSDRevBy the Rev. James Ingar, A.M., George Henry Losdale, Esq., to Sarah, and by the Rev. D. Struthers, William Bruce Ferguson, Esq., to Anne, daughters of his Honor, George Bagot, High Sheriff of British Guiana. SdeM
WMT J1830826NPBSTUARTA GHonAt Lissdhu [sic], County of Tyrone, the Lady of the Hon. A.G. Stuart, of a daughter. SdeM
LC18341129NPMSTUARTAnne Yesterday at Cove church, C J COOTE Esq eldest son of Chidley COOTE Esq of Mount Coote in this co to Anne daughter of the late Thomas STUART, Esq of this cityNickR
WMT G1835625NPDSTUARTArchibaldHonOn the 11th instant, of rapid consumption, in his 31st year, the Rev. George Gray Stuart, seventh and youngest son of the late Hon. Archibald Stuart, of Balmerinos and Couper Angas. SdeM
WMT G1835625NPDSTUARTGeorge GrayRevOn the 11th instant, of rapid consumption, in his 31st year, the Rev. George Gray Stuart, seventh and youngest son of the late Hon. Archibald Stuart, of Balmerinos and Couper Angas. SdeM
Pue'sO1752728NPMSTUARTJohnEsqMonday last, John STUART of Castle burke in the co Mayo Esq was married to Miss LOFTUS daughter of John LOFTUS of Loughrea in the co Galway ...2000L fortuneNickR
WMT J18231016NPDSTUARTJohn F.RevAt Rabin, in the Queen's County, the Rev. John F. Stuart, Rector of Rathaspack, in the Diocese of Leighlin.SdeM
WMT J1827705NPDSTUARTThomasEsqOn Sunday last, after a tedious illness, occasioned by the bursting of a blood-vessel, Thomas Stuart, Esq. of Limerick. SdeM
LC18341129NPMSTUARTThomasEsqYesterday at Cove church, C J COOTE Esq eldest son of Chidley COOTE Esq of Mount Coote in this co to Anne daughter of the late Thomas STUART, Esq of this cityNickR
WMT J18241007NPMSTUART Marquis of ButeOn Tuesday, by special licence, Lord Henry Seymour Moor, only brother to the Marquis of Drogheda, to Mary, second daughter of Sir Henry Parnell, Bart., M.P. for the Queen's County, and niece of the Marquis of Bute and the Earl of Portarlington. Immediately after the ceremony the happy pair set off for the Continent.SdeM
WMT J18231016NPDSTUART?Louisa At Bacham Lodge, Hertfordshire, aged 22 years, Louisa [Stuart?], daughter of the late Lord Primate of Ireland.SdeM
WMT J18231016NPDSTUART? Primate of IrelandAt Bacham Lodge, Hertfordshire, aged 22 years, Louisa [Stuart?], daughter of the late Lord Primate of Ireland.SdeM
WMT J1826525NPMSTUBBSI HRevOn the 17th inst. in St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. I.H. Stubbs, of Dundalk, Henry Carleton, Esq., Captain in the Bengal Army, to Eliza, second daughter of John Cossart, Esq. of Dublin. SdeM
WMT J1828807NPMSTUBBSJ HRevIn St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J.H. Stubbs, John Stratton, Esq. to Isabella, daughter of David Murray, Esq., Dundalk. SdeM
LEP-CS1833201NPSSTUDDARTJonEsqOn the recommendation of Col. The Hon. Richard FITZGIBBON, Lieutenant of this county, the Lord Chancellor has enrolled Jon STUDDART, Eyre EVANS, jun. and Thomas T. ADAMS, Esq. in the Commission of the Peace for the County of LimerickNickR
WMT J1828605NPMSTUDDARTJulia Matil On the 27th inst. at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. J. Fea, Edward Reeves, of Merrion-square, Esq. to Julia Matilda, youngest daughter of the Rev. Richard Studdart, of Pass, in the Queen's County. SdeM
WMT J1828605NPMSTUDDARTRichardRevOn the 27th inst. at St. Thomas's Church, by the Rev. J. Fea, Edward Reeves, of Merrion-square, Esq. to Julia Matilda, youngest daughter of the Rev. Richard Studdart, of Pass, in the Queen's County. SdeM
LEP-CS1832323NPSSTUDDERTCharlesEsq  Mr. STEELE, and his friend and kinsman, Matthew REDDAN, Esq., of the county Clare, attended on Monday at the office of the Chief Remembrancer, at the Four Courts, to bid for the estate of Lough O'Connell, which was to be set under the Court of Exchequer.
  Mr. STEELE went into his own case, against the occupier, Charles STUDDERT, Esq., of Newmarket on Fergus, and argued it with great power and ability.
  A receiver has been appointed by the court over Mr. STEELE's estates, but by arrangement with Mr. REDDAN, he will make the house of Lough O'Connell his residence, as Mr. STUDDERT desisted from bidding against him, after advancing about 1l 10s as acre above the rent which he paid Mr. STEELE before.
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LEP-CS1831624NPDSTUDDERTGeorgeEsqAt Barrow-lodge, County Kildare, aged eighty-six, George STUDDERT, Esq., formerly of Kilkishen, County Clare.NickR
LGA1807724NPMSTUDDERTGeorgeRevOn Saturday last, by the Rev Geo STUDDERT, at George's Church, Thomas Goodrike PEACOCKE, of Fort Etna, in this co, Esq to Miss LLOYD, daughter of the Rev Rick LLOYD, of Castle Lloyd, in this coNickR
FJ18431208NPMSTUDDERTIsabella On the 2d inst, Hamilton W LANGLEY Esq of Rockstown, co Limerick, to Isabella second daughter of John STUDDERT of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, EsqNickR
FJ18431208NPMSTUDDERTIsabella On the 2nd inst Hamliton W LANGLEY Esq of Rokstown, co Limerick, to Isabella 2nd daughter of John STUDDERT of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, EsqNickR
FJ18431208NPMSTUDDERTJohnEsqOn the 2d inst, Hamilton W LANGLEY Esq of Rockstown, co Limerick, to Isabella second daughter of John STUDDERT of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, EsqNickR
FJ18431208NPMSTUDDERTJohnEsqOn the 2nd inst Hamliton W LANGLEY Esq of Rokstown, co Limerick, to Isabella 2nd daughter of John STUDDERT of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, EsqNickR
WMT J1824108NPMSTUDDERTMaria Yesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Lewis, Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., of the County of Limerick, to Maria, fourth daughter of the late Maurice Studdert, Esq., of Elm Hill in said county.SdeM
WMT J1824108NPMSTUDDERTMauriceEsqYesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Lewis, Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., of the County of Limerick, to Maria, fourth daughter of the late Maurice Studdert, Esq., of Elm Hill in said county.SdeM
LRTV1861625NPMSTUDDERTRichardEsqAt Croom Church, by the Rev H HAILY (recte BAILEY), assisted by the Rev Edward O'GRADY, uncles to the bride; R M STUDDERT, Esq, eldest son of Richard STUDDERT, Esq. JP, Fort House, county Clare, to Rosalie Frances FRINGS, granddaughter of the Rev Edward CREHAN (recte CROKER), Rector, county LimerickNickR
LRTV1861625NPMSTUDDERTRichard MassyEsqAt Croom Church, by the Rev H HAILY (recte BAILEY), assisted by the Rev Edward O'GRADY, uncles to the bride; R M STUDDERT, Esq, eldest son of Richard STUDDERT, Esq. JP, Fort House, county Clare, to Rosalie Frances FRINGS, granddaughter of the Rev Edward CREHAN (recte CROKER), Rector, county LimerickNickR
CG&GA17941101NPMSTURKEJuliusLtAt Christ church, this day, Lt Julius STURKE of Lord Mountmorris's Regt to Miss Elizabeth O'CALLAGHAN daughter of Roger O'CALLAGHAN Esq of the MardykeNickR
WMT J18241118NPMSTURROCKWRevOn the 16th inst. in the Parish Church here, by the Rev. W. Sturrock, William Moffatt, Esq. to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Barton, Professor of Music, of this place.SdeM
WMT J1826209NPMSUBERMONTAnne On Monday last, in St. Ann's Church by the Rev. Nathaniel B. Mahaffy, the Rev. Wm. Curtis to Anne, daughter to Peter Benjamin Subermont, Esq. late of that city. SdeM
WMT J1826209NPMSUBERMONTPeter BenjaminEsqOn Monday last, in St. Ann's Church by the Rev. Nathaniel B. Mahaffy, the Rev. Wm. Curtis to Anne, daughter to Peter Benjamin Subermont, Esq. late of that city. SdeM
FJ18581001NPMSUDLOWEmma Haygrath September 18, at Coleraine, John SWAN Esq of New York, to Emma Haygrath, eldest daughter of the late Thomas M SUDLOW Esq of LiverpoolNickR
FJ18581001NPMSUDLOWThomas MEsqSeptember 18, at Coleraine, John SWAN Esq of New York, to Emma Haygrath, eldest daughter of the late Thomas M SUDLOW Esq of LiverpoolNickR
FJ1804515NPDSUGRENEJaneMissIn Cork of a nervous atrophy, Miss Jane SUGRENE, aged 17NickR
LEP-CS1831201NPMSUKKIVANJRevAt Ardcanny Church, Co. Limerick, on Saturday last, by rhe Rev. Samuel JONES, Rev. J. SULLIVAN, Wesleyan Minister, to Anne, daughter of Mr. G.L. HILL, Tarbert.NickR
LGA1812403NPSSULLIVANAnneMissCork April 2:...
In the city civil court the case of SULLIVAN against TUCKEY for a breach of promise of marriage, occupied the court from four o'clock to nine at night of Friday. It appeared the plaintiff was a servant in the house of the father of defendant, receiving wages of two guineas a year—the young gentleman had just returned from college, and having become deeply enamoured with his fair desdemona, wrote some very loving letters, which did much more credit to the galantry of his heart than the sagacity of his head— it appeared that the birth of a lovely babe was the consequence of the attachment— in consequence of the interference of his friends, the young gentleman was induced to give up all hopes of enjoying Miss SULLIVAN as his bride— but she was determined not to be treated so cavalierly with impunity, and therefore brought her action. Mr Serjeant M'MAHON, in a very able speech maintained the maid was the seducer and the young man seduced but the jury, it seems, thought otherewise, for they returned a verdict of 100 guineas against the defendant
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LC_LM1774314NPSSULLIVANBartholemew Waterford, March 8. Saturday came on in the county court before the Hon. Mr. Baron POWER, and a very respectable jury, the trials of John MUSGRAVE, Esq; Michael BROWN, Anderw DOWNING, John NEWIL, Bartholemew SULLIVAN, Richard LEE, Peter BYRNE, John MULLINS, Maurice HICKEY, Wm. BROWN, Joseph BENNET, Jas. LEE, and James KENNEDY; for the killing of William BALDWIN, Thomas SHANAHAN, Laurence HICKEY, and Walter WALSH, on the 29th of August last. After witnesses were examined, his Lordship summed up the evidence to the jury, who, in a few minutes, brought in the traversers not guilty, to the entire satisfaction ofevery impartial person present.NickR
WMT G1835423NPDSULLIVANBartholomewLtLieutenant Bartholomew Sullivan, of the Royal Marines, late of Rockwell Cottage, near Kenmare. SdeM
WMT J1824527NPMSULLIVANBenjaminSirAt Abbots Langley, Captain F. de Visme, late of the 21st Light Dragoons, to Harriet, only surviving daughter of the late Sir Benjamin Sullivan.SdeM
FJ1812825NPMSULLIVANCornelius Cornelius SULLIVAN, Esq of Merrion Square, to Fanny eldest daughter of J MEDLICOTTE, Esq of Mayfield, Co WaterfordNickR
FJ1852508NPMSULLIVANEdmundEsqMay 4, at Finglas Church, by the Rev Edward WILSON, uncle to the bride, Edmund SULLIVAN, Esq of Dalymount, to Ellen, daughter of John WILSON Esq of Violet Hill, co DublinNickR
FJ1814824NPMSULLIVANEdwardEsqOn Wednesday last, at Killucan church, Edward SULLIVAN Esq of Carrick-on-Shannon to Mary Anne, daughter of Francis WALDRON Esq of Caretown, co RoscommonNickR
Cork Const1837302NPMSULLIVANEliza On Tuesday the 28th ult., at Killeagh Church, by the Rev. John GARDE, Thomas William GARDE, Esq., of Ballindiniss, in this county, to Eliza, fourth daughter of the late Rev . William SULLIVAN, Rector of Kilnagross.NickR
WMT J1824527NPMSULLIVANHarriet At Abbots Langley, Captain F. de Visme, late of the 21st Light Dragoons, to Harriet, only surviving daughter of the late Sir Benjamin Sullivan.SdeM
LGA18041025NPMSULLIVANJamesEsqOn Sunday last, at Kilmallock, by the Rev James ELLARD, Thomas T GREEN, of Glanworth, to Miss SULLIVAN, daughter to James SULLIVAN of Balintober, EsqNickR
WMT J1825324NPDSULLIVANJamesMrAt Bengal, on the 30th May last, Mr. James Sullivan, of the Hon. East India Company's Service, and for many years a respectable sadler in this city. He fell a victim to a liver complaint, in the 31st year of his age. SdeM
LC1783210NPSSULLIVANJames Likely suspectsNickR
LGA18151124NPDSULLIVANJeremiahEsqIn Sarsfield's Court, County Cork, Jeremiah SULLIVAN, Esq formerly an eminent Printer and Bookseller in CorkNickR
LEP-CS1830126NPDSULLIVANJohnEsqAt Tullilease, near Charleville, John, second son of John SULLIVAN, Esq.NickR
LEP-CS1832323NPMSULLIVANJohnMrMr. John SULLIVAN to Miss Anne M. SPREAD, only daughter of Thomas D. SPREAD, of Sunday Well, CorkNickR
LC1783210NPSSULLIVANJohn Likely suspectsNickR
LJ1791912NPSSULLIVANJohn Saturday last, John SULLIVAN, otherwise HARROY, convicted at our last assizes, for the murder of Roger RICE, was escorted by a party of the 28th Regiment, to the spot, near Kilmallock, where the fact was committed, and thre hanged, and disceted pursuant to his sentence.NickR
LGA18151024NPSSULLIVANJohn Information having been sworn before the Rev John GRAVES, against John RIORDAN, Edmond RIORDAN, Cornelius RIORDAN, John SULLIVAN and John LONG, for having burglarously broken into the house of Michael CURTIN, and severley flogged him. He accompanied by the Rev John CROKER, with an officer and party of the 74th, Regt. proceeded to their habitation, near Kilmiddy, in a remote part of the Co. where he succeeded in apprehending the entire [party], and lodged them in gaol to abide their trials, for their alledged charges.NickR
LGA1817527NPSSULLIVANJohn To the county gaol, by Thomas Alexander ODELL, Esq. John SULLIVAN, chargerd by information of Clifford JACKSON, with having with others, unlawfully assembled on horseback, and with white badges and other emblems of insurrection, on the lands of KilnihillNickR
LEP-CS1828404NPSSULLIVANJohn Ellen AHERN, stealing a piece of lace, valued 5d. the goods of John SULLIVAN, and Mary SULLIVAN, on the 7th of September.
It appeared the prisoner came into the shop of the prosecutrix, at Daunt's-square, under pretence of buying a piece of Lace, and contrived to steal a piece worth 25s, which she put under her arm, when it was missed and taken from her by the prosecurtix.
The Jury returned a verdict of guilty.
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CG HA1791129NPSSULLIVANJohn (alias Hard Boy) Limerick, January 27. The two SULLIVANs, alias KROHOVONAL, father and son, have been apprehended near Mallow, and will be brought here this day, charged with the inhuman and barbarous murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, on the 28th of December last; a lad who was apprentice to Mr. CLEBURN, in Cork, and was going to see his parents in the county Tipperary.NickR
CG HA1791420NPSSULLIVANJohn (alias Hard Boy) Lmerick, April 18. ... [sentences at Assizes] ... John SULLIVAN, otherwise Hard-Boy, fot the murder of Roger RICE, near Kilmallock, put off his trial by affadavit, until the next Assize.NickR
LEP-CS1828404NPSSULLIVANMary Ellen AHERN, stealing a piece of lace, valued 5d. the goods of John SULLIVAN, and Mary SULLIVAN, on the 7th of September.
It appeared the prisoner came into the shop of the prosecutrix, at Daunt's-square, under pretence of buying a piece of Lace, and contrived to steal a piece worth 25s, which she put under her arm, when it was missed and taken from her by the prosecurtix.
The Jury returned a verdict of guilty.
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LGA1820523NPSSULLIVANMichael Committals
To the City Gaol, by C. A. MARRETT, Esq. James MORONY, assault; on a Capies warrant from Wm. JONES, Esq. Clerk of the Crown for Cork, Michael DUGGAN, charged witrh several robberies. To the County Gaol, by James ELLARD, Esq. Thomas SHEEHAN, burglary, robbery, and demanding arms; by E. EVANS, Esq. Thos. SHEHAN, assault and threatening murder; by W. BOUCHIER, Esq. John DENNA, robbery; by Richard GOIING, Esq. Michael SULLIVAN, robbery.
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LC1783210NPSSULLIVANRoger Likely suspectsNickR
WMT J1827222NPMSULLIVANTMrSaturday, Mr. T. Sullivan, to Frances, daughter of Mr. W. Palmer, Orier Bank. SdeM
FJ18601220NPMSULLIVANT Kingston December 18, at St Peter's Church, T Kingston SULLIVAN, solicitor Bandon, to Mary Aphraisia Elizabeth, only daughter of John E LANGFORD, late of Stone-hall, co LImerickNickR
LHMA17881103NPDSULLIVANThomasMrLast Saturday night, in Broad Street, Mr. Thomas SULLIVAN, woollen-draper, deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintanceNickR
LHMA17881103NPDSULLIVANThomas HenryMrLast Saturday night, in Broad Street, Mr. Thomas SULLIVAN, woollen-draper, deservedly regretted by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.NickR
Cork Const1837302NPMSULLIVANWilliamRevOn Tuesday the 28th ult., at Killeagh Church, by the Rev. John GARDE, Thomas William GARDE, Esq., of Ballindiniss, in this county, to Eliza, fourth daughter of the late Rev . William SULLIVAN, Rector of Kilnagross.NickR
LGA18041025NPMSULLIVAN MissOn Sunday last, at Kilmallock, by the Rev James ELLARD, Thomas T GREEN, of Glanworth, to Miss SULLIVAN, daughter to James SULLIVAN of Balintober, EsqNickR
WMT G1835129NPMSUMNERGeorgina On the 15th instant, at Chester, Wilson D. Wilson, Esq., of Glenarbach, Dumbartonshire, to Georgina, fourth daughter of the Bishop of Chester.SdeM
WMT G1835129NPMSUMNERJohn BirdBishop of ChesterOn the 15th instant, at Chester, Wilson D. Wilson, Esq., of Glenarbach, Dumbartonshire, to Georgina, fourth daughter of the Bishop of Chester.SdeM
WMT J18251117NPDSUNTERAlphonzoMrIn this town, on Sunday last, Mr. Alphonzo Sunter, Shopkeeper. SdeM
WMT J1828403NPMSUPPLEFrederick AEsqOn the 25th instant, at Drumcondra Church, by the Reverend Mr. Gibson, Frederick A. Supple, Esq., eldest son of the late Major Supple, 17th Light Dragoons, to Anna Maria, fourth daughter of W. Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1828403NPMSUPPLE MajOn the 25th instant, at Drumcondra Church, by the Reverend Mr. Gibson, Frederick A. Supple, Esq., eldest son of the late Major Supple, 17th Light Dragoons, to Anna Maria, fourth daughter of W. Gillespie, Esq., Richmond. SdeM
WMT J1831818NPASUTCLIFFJohn LONGFORD HOTEL. John Sutcliff, late of Killucan, most respectfully begs leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public at large, that he has lately taken the LONGFORD HOTEL, in which establishment he is determined to spare neither pains nor expense in securing for Travellers, and all those who may favor him with their patronage, every comfort and accomodation. From his having lived for many years with the late General Sir Edward Pakenham as own man, and subsequently with his brother, the Earl of Longford, for several years, as House Steward, and having had considerable experience in business, he flatters himself qualified to conduct this Establishment in such a manner as to give general satisfaction. In consequence of a report having been circulated that the Stables were disordered, the present proprietor will spare no expense or trouble in cleansing and re-fitting the stabling with New Racks and Mangers (the old having been burnt) so as to render them healthful and comfortable. The Inn at Killucan will be carried on as usual. SdeM
FJ1827625NPMSUTHERLANDLouisa Ann On the 21st inst, in ST George's church, William Robert CROKER Esq to Louisa Ann, daughter of Capt SUTHERLAND of Pitfour, SutherlandshireNickR
LC1827623NPMSUTHERLANDLouisa Anne In Dublin, William Robert CROKER Esq to Louisa Ann, daughter of Capt SUTHERLAND of Pitfour, SutherlandshireNickR
LC1827623NPMSUTHERLAND CaptIn Dublin, William Robert CROKER Esq to Louisa Ann, daughter of Capt SUTHERLAND of Pitfour, SutherlandshireNickR
FJ1827625NPMSUTHERLAND CaptOn the 21st inst, in ST George's church, William Robert CROKER Esq to Louisa Ann, daughter of Capt SUTHERLAND of Pitfour, SutherlandshireNickR
LEP-CS1831531NPSSUTHERLAND EnsOn Sunday last, as Ensign SUTHERLAND, of the 69th Regiment, accompanied by Miss BOUCHIER, who was also on horsback, was riding a spirited horsenear Bruff, County Limerick, the animal took fright at Mr. SUTHERLAND's cap falling off, and by a sudden plunge, threw the unfortunate gentleman, ho came upon his head, and survived but a few moments. An Inquest was shortly after held on the body by J. BENNETT, coroner.NickR
FJ1860619NPMSUTTONWalter HRevJune 7, at Langharne, the Rev Walter H SUTTON of South Gerney, Gloucstershire, to Mary Lowen HORE RUTHVEN, eldest daughter of the late Wm HORE Esq and grand daughter of the late Walter HORE RUTHVEN Esq of Harperstown, co WexfordNickR
WMT J1823515NPDSUTTON MajIn London, Major Sutton, late of the 97th regt.SdeM
WMT J1827308NPDSWAINE Lt-ColAt Madras, Lieutenant Col. Swaine. SdeM
FJ1799207NPSSWAN[William Bellingham][Assist] MajorOn Tuesday last Arthur O'CONNOR was removed by order of Government from Kilmainhan Gaol by Major SIRR and Major SWAN, to the New Prison, in consequence of some new discovery against this prisoner and some of his connexionsNickR
FJ1800513NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajWe hear that on last Friday Major SWAN and Captain DEJONCOURT of the General Post Office took into custody the Postmaster of Carlow named WALLACE who stands charged with having feloniously taken out of letters sent the medium of his office some banknotesNickR
FJ1801606bNPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajMajor SWAN apprehended this week through his accustomed vigilance and activity a noted offender named DOYLE with whom he found a considerable quantity of forged banknotes the plates for producing them and a complete apparatus, viz presses etc.. ... The Major secured them all and lodged the offender in gaol. who not long since suffered legal punishment for being connected in the disposing of forged banknotesNickR
FJ18011127bNPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajTrials before the Recorder – James CALLAGHAN stood indicted for having on 16 Nov last stolen 7 iron cart-streaks the goods of Eleanor GAFFNEY.. identified the prisoner ... she pleaded hard to let him off without punishment Major SWAN gave the prisoner an character as did some other gentlemen. He was found guilty; but in consideration of his good repute the Recorder humanely reduced his punishment to a small fine, and one month imprisonment in NewgateNickR
LGA18051029NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajSaturday last about one o'clock ... Major SWAN who is a Justice of the Peace and Quorum for every county of Ireland ... arrest of MAGENNIS..NickR
FJ1799312NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorSaturday morning Majors SIRR and SWAN searching countryside for rebels - capture of mail coach robberNickR
FJ1799611NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorHis excellency the lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint Wm Bellingham SWAN Esq to be Assistant Town Major vice Hy Chas SIRR Esq promotedNickR
FJ1801212NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorYesterday, Major SWAN apprehended a publican, in whose possession he found a quantity of base silver, provided to impose upon the public. It is through such mediums the manufacture of the base trash get into circulation by giving a premium 30 or more...NickR
FJ1803802NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorA ruffian of Thomas-Street, named John KILLEN; has been apprehended by Major SWAN, against whom examinations were lodged, as one of those who murdered the late Lord KILWARDEN [WOLFE]NickR
FJ1803809NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorA noted delinquent named Felix O'RORKE, has been apprehended through the vigilance of Major SWAN. The Offender is now in gaol. He is a relation to Bryan O'RORKE now in New Prison, who was wounded on the night of the late insurrection in this city. TheNickR
FJ18041103NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]MajorCommission of OYER and TERMINATOR Thursday, Nov 1 ... By attention of Major SWAN, one of the offenders was stopped by Mr WHITECRAFT, a pawn broker, which led to the discovery of the othersNickR
FJ1798522NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeDescription of capture of Lord Edward FITZGERALDNickR
FJ1798531NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr Justicein which case death must have instantly ensued. From Mr SWAN grasping the dagger with his hands he received several wounds in both but they are all in a state of healingNickR
FJ1798531NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeWe are happy to be able to assure the public that Mr Justice SWAN is now entirely out of danger; his principal wound was on the anteriorpart of the middle rib on the left side, where the dagger happily glancing on the centre of the rib it passed in a diaNickR
FJ17981208NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeMurder trial of John BUSTARD, James MATHEWS and Thomas TALLARD for the murder of John ROBERTS a Welsh sailor in Abbey Street on 23 Nov - witness Elizabeth MATHEWS mother of James - character witness Mr Justice SWAN - Judge Lord KILWARDEN - Verdict BUSTARNickR
FJ1799115NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeA few days since, a person named MACKINS was committed to gaol by Mr Justice SWAN charged with stealing a cow. Justice GODFREY on searching since where the offender resided found several stolen cows which fellow felonously got into his possession - ThosNickR
FJ1799117NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeHe took the following method we are told for the purpose - Having obtained the aid of 12 serjeants of the Marquis of hereford's regiment, the Warwickshire militia with these he went to the prison and placed one of them immediatly upon each apartment of tNickR
FJ1799117NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeUpon others of those prisoners were found we hear various treasonable and seditious papers; one of the latter description of some length was in the possession of Arthur O'CONNOR. the good effects of this suprize are owing to the judicious management ofNickR
FJ1799119NPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeMr Justice SWAN apprehending a robber of bank notesNickR
FJ1799117bNPSSWAN[William Bellingham]Mr JusticeYesterday morning in consequence of information Mr Justice SWAN proceeded to Kilmain gaol, and searched the different apartments of the persons confined under charges of high treason, who have signed for transportation. This examination it appears was no scheme for forming baronial, county and other committees, to avoid such a detection as heretofore blew up the nefarious plots of the treasonable conspiracies; and also a mode for organizing civil and military establishments.NickR
LEP-CS1829623NPMSWANAnn In Dublin, Sandham SYMES Esq to Ann third daughter of the late Joseph SWAN of said city esqNickR
LH1832206NPDSWANAnn In Dublin, Ann, widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
LEP-CS1832210NPDSWANAnn In Cork, Ann widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
FJ1836106NPMSWANAnn On the 31st ultimo, Joseph NELSON Esq Barrister-at-Law, to Ann daughter of Hugh SWAN, of Clady Cottage, Antrim, EsqNickR
LC1832222NPDSWANAnneMrsIn Cork, Ann, widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
LT1836107NPMSWANAnne In Dublin, Joseph NELSON Esq barrister at law to Anne youngest daughter of Hugh SWAN Esq of Clady Cottage, AntrimNickR
FJ1831303NPMSWANBellinghamEsqOn Sunday last, at Cove Cork, Mr William HAYES of Cork to Maria eldest daughter of the late Bellingham SWAN EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831304NPMSWANBellinghamEsqAt Cove church, Mr William HAYES of Pope's Quay Cork to Maria daughter of the late Bellingham SWAN of Bishop Street Cork EsqNickR
LC1833424NPMSWANBellinghamEsqAt Carrigrohane church, Bellingham SWAN Esq of Cork to Emily daughter of the late Mr John AHERNNickR
Cork Const1836112NPBSWANBellinghamEsqYesterday morning, the lady of Bellingham SWAN Esq of a daughterNickR
LT1836114NPBSWANBellinghamEsqIn Cork, the lady of Bellingham SWAN Esq of a daughterNickR
LH1832206NPDSWANBellinghamMrIn Dublin, Ann, widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
LEP-CS1832210NPDSWANBellinghamMrIn Cork, Ann widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
LC1832222NPDSWANBellinghamMrIn Cork, Ann, widow of the late Mr Bellingham SWANNickR
LC1835926NPMSWANBellinghamMrAt Passage church, Cork, Mr Bellingham SWAN to Alice relict of the late Mr William AHERN of the parade CorkNickR
HDM176968NPNSWANBellinghamRevThe Bishop of Corke has collated the Rev Bellingham SWAN to the vicarage of Desert Serges vacant by the resignation of the rev dean PRATTNickR
FJ1769610-13NPSSWANBellinghamRevCork June 8, The Bishop of Cork has collated the Rev Bellingham SWAN to the Vicarage of Desert Serges vacant by the resignation of the Rev Dean PRATTNickR
FJ1781303-06NPMSWANBellinghamRevIn Corke, ... the Rev Bellingham SWAN to the Widow BERKLEYNickR
FJ17981016ddNPDSWANBellinghamRevDied in Cork, at the Advanced age of 102 years, the Rev. Bellingham SWAN, Rector of the united parishes of Desartsurges and Kilroan, one of the Vicars Choral of Saint Finbarry's Cathedral, of the city of Cork, and one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the county. This respected and venerable old man was currate to the celebrated Dean SWIFT, he was brother to Wm. SWAN, Esq of Kilrisk, co Dublin, one of the oldest magistrates of his day, and uncle to the present Wm Bellingham SWAN, Esq; Inspector General of Excise, and of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace and Quorum. This Respectable family was ever conspicuous for their attachment to their Sovereign, and active zeal and loyalty in support of the Constitution and laws, from the reign of the immortal William, down to the present day, and during that time have held uninterruptedly the Commission of the Peace, which they have discharged with honour to themselves, and advantage to their country In consequence of the death of the Rev B SWAN, a great many expectants, are, of course, looking to the valuable livings thus become vacant.NickR
LC1822206NPDSWANBellinghamRevAt Bandon, the relict of the late Rev B. SWANNickR
FJ1822208NPDSWANBellinghamRevOn Monday (4/2) morning, in Bandon, at an advanced age Mrs Mary SWAN relict of the late Rev Bellingham SWAN, many years Rector of DesertagesNickR
TC1824322NPDSWANBellinghamRevAt Dunmanway on the 19th inst in the 76th year of her age, Mrs Jane HARRIS, wife of Dr Francis HARRIS, and daughter of the late Rev Bellingham SWAN rector of Desert in this co [Cork]NickR
Pal Mall Gaz1883208NPMSWANBellinghamRevSWAN - BLAKELY _ At St George's, Tufnell Park, Rev Bellingham SWAN, BA, to Mar S, Daughter of the Rev George A BLAKELY, MA Rector of Stratford, Leaminster, Feb 6NickR
BNL1884826NPDSWANBellinghamRevAugust 22, at 60, Mamor Street, Dublin, the Rev. Bellingham SWAN, of 38, Huddleston Road, London, aged 53 yearsNickR
FJ1838519NPNSWANBellingham 

Bankrupt

  Bellingham SWAN, city of Cork, dealer in spirits, to surrendder on Wednesday, the 30th of May inst., and on Friday, the 29th of June next, at the Court of Bankruptcy, Four Courts, Inns'-quay, Dublin.
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FJ1856618NPDSWANBellingham At Porto Rico,of yellow fever, Bellingham, eldest daughter of B SWAN Esq of CorkNickR
CA1823125NPDSWANBellingham (sr)MrAt his house, St Barry's on Tuesday the 21st inst, in the 77 year of his age, Mr Bellingham SWAN, seniorNickR
FJ1830705NPMSWANBenjaminEsqJuly 2, in St Mary's church, Benjamin SWAN Esq of His Majesty's 70th Regt of Foot, to Anne third daughter of the late Benjamin RIKY Esq of Rutland Square in this city and of Ballynoe, co CarlowNickR
LEP-CS1830709NPMSWANBenjaminEsqIn Dublin, Benjamin SWAN Esq of the 70th Regt to Anne daughter of Benjamin RIKY of Rutland Square EsqNickR
LC1834507NPDSWANBenjaminEsqAt Merton, Dublin, Nannie, the wife of Benjamin SWAN EsqNickR
FJ1841904NPMSWANBenjaminEsqOn the 1st inst, Benjamin SWAN Esq second son of the late Joseph SWAN Esq of Baldwinstown, co Wexford to Eliza Purefoy youngest daughter of the late Benjamin BARTER [?BARTON] Esq of Annaghmore, co WexfordNickR
LS1841906NPMSWANBenjaminEsqAt Douglas church, Cork, Benjamin SWAN Esq second son of the late Joseph SWAN Esq of Baldwinstown, co Wexford to Eliza Purefoy youngest daughter of the late Benjamin BARTER of Annaghmore, co Cork, EsqNickR
FJ18591102NPNSWANBenjamin Game Certificates — SWAN, Benjamin, Friendly Brothers, DublinNickR
Portsmouth Eve News19381108NPSSWANBridget Jennifer Thousands watched the funeral at Jersy yesterday of Captain William Dermot SWAN , Mrs Rosel Clinton SWAN, and their daughter Bridget Jennifer, three of the victims of Friday's air sisaster near St. Peter's airport, Jersey.
A Jersey Airways machine crashed half a minute after it had left the aerodrome, with the loss of 14 lives.
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FJ1845320NPDSWANCatherine Jane On the 12th inst, at Leicester Lodge, co Dublin, suddenly Catherine Jane, wife of Maj SWAN, staff officer; and on the 17th Edmond Lombard Frederick their eldest sonNickR
LS1841412NPMSWANChamneyEsqChauncy SWAN Esq second son of the late G SWAN of Newtown Park, co Dublin, to Catherine only daughter of R CHAPMAN Esq of Catchell, SomersetshireNickR
FJ1860920NPMSWANCharlesEsqSeptember 19, at St George's Church, by the Rev Richard BARTON, AM, Charles SWAN Esq MRCSI, son of James SWAN MD, Cottage, Donegal, to Christina Freeman, youngest daughter of the Rev Henry G BRIEN, Melbourne, AustraliaNickR
HDM1770710NPMSWANCharlesMrMr Charles SWAN to Miss Sarah SHAW of Thomas StreetNickR
FJ1770710-12NPMSWANCharlesMrMr Charles SWAN to miss Sarah SHAW of Thomas StreetNickR
Gloucestershire Echo1942415NPSSWANCharles TarrantLt-ColLieut.-Col Charles Tartant SWAN, Indian Army Retd., of Beau Coin, La Haule, St Brelade, Jersey, and temporaily of Cheltenham, a former well-known owner and rider of racehorses in Southern India, who died on January 6 last, aged 77 years, left estate in England of gross value £1,896 19s 1d., with net personalty £1,811 16s. 11d. Mrs Frances Evelyn Amy SWAN of Bayshill Mansions, Bayshill-road, Cheltenham, the widow, is the executrix.NickR
FJ1772813-15NPDSWANDanielCaptAt his apartment in the Royal Hospital Daniel SWAN late of Colonel RICHBELL's Regiment of Foot and captain of Invalids on that establishmentNickR
FJ1861523NPDSWANDiana Mary At Ballyraggett, co Kilkenny, Diana Mary daughter of Dr SWANNickR
FJ1772609-11NPNSWANE[dward] B[ellingham] List of Parliamentary place men - CivilNickR
FJ1845320NPDSWANEdmond Frederick Lombard On the 12th inst, at Leicester Lodge, co Dublin, suddenly Catherine Jane, wife of Maj SWAN, staff officer; and on the 17th Edmond Lombard Frederick their eldest sonNickR
FJ1857818NPMSWANEdmond LombardEsqAugust 11, at Modreeny, Edmond Lombars SWAN Esq of Allworth, in teh Queen's co, to Annie Jane, eldest daughter of the Rev Travers HOMAN, rector of ModreenyNickR
LEP-CS1828826NPDSWANEdward B[ellingham]MrAt Cove, aged 46 Mr Edward B SWAN Revenue OfficerNickR
FJ1770329-31NPSSWANEdward Bellingham We hear that four new Baronets will speedily be created; namely: William CROMIE, wine merchant late of Abbey St; Edward Bellingham SWAN gentleman usher to his excellency the LL; John HASLER gent usher to Lady T; Solomon SHOMBERGH Gent at largeNickR
FJ1776630NPNSWANEdward Bellingham Members of Parliament - Borough of Thomastown Edward Bellingham SWAN and Robert FORDNickR
FJ18031229NPMSWANElizaMissRichard CLOSE of Capel Street to Miss Eliza SWAN of Great Georges St [ Wm Bellingham SWAN was of Great Georges St & Richmond - his daughter?]NickR
FJ1812411NPMSWANElizaMissOn Monday last, by the Rev James CARLEY [he had a youngest son Hugh Swan CARLEY d 1835 @17], the Rev H MONTGOMERY, of Dunmurray, to Miss Eliza SWAN of SummerhillNickR
FJ1826505NPMSWANEliza At Stillorgan church, the Rev John N LOMBARD, Chancellor of the Cathedral of Cork and Ross to Eliza daughter of Graves Chamney SWAN, of this city, EsqNickR
LT1836418NPMSWANEliza William LEDWICH, of Seville place, Esq to Eliza daughter of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of Rathmullen, co MeathNickR
FJ1788331NPMSWANElizabethMissAt Tombreen, Co Wicklow James SYMES Esq to Miss Elizabeth SWANNickR
FJ18061027NPMSWANElizabethMissMr Joseph DAVISON of Elnagarry to Miss Elizabeth SWAN eldest daughter of Mr William SWAN of RathfrylandNickR
Cork Exam1866804NPMSWANEva Gertrude TORNEY and SWAN - July 31, at St Paul's Church, Dublin, Thomas TORNEY, Esq MD to Eva Gertrude, eldest daughter of the Wm. Bellingham SWAN, Esq, Capponallan House, Queen's County.NickR
Gloucestershire Echo1942415NPSSWANFrances Evelyn AmyMrsLieut.-Col Charles Tartant SWAN, Indian Army Retd., of Beau Coin, La Haule, St Brelade, Jersey, and temporaily of Cheltenham, a former well-known owner and rider of racehorses in Southern India, who died on January 6 last, aged 77 years, left estate in England of gross value £1,896 19s 1d., with net personalty £1,811 16s. 11d. Mrs Frances Evelyn Amy SWAN of Bayshill Mansions, Bayshill-road, Cheltenham, the widow, is the executrix.NickR
FJ1848304NPMSWANFrances Lucinda On the 1st inst at St Paul's church Cheltenham by the Rev C H BROMLEY incumbent, the Rev Henry SMITH Chaplain HECS Bengal 4th son of late John SMITH Esq Vice Treasurer of Ireland to Frances Lucinda eld daut of Wm SWAN Esq late of Nth Fredericks St DublinNickR
FJ17881121NPDSWANFrancis Francis SWAN of LimerickNickR
LEP-CS18291124NPSSWANGeorge George SWAN was sentenced to seven year's transportation, in the Recorder's Court, Dublin, on Thursday, for stealing a watch, the property of J O'HARA, Esq. M. P. for GalwayNickR
FJ1841215NPMSWANGeorgina Packenham On the 12th inst, at Abbeyleix, John F\GHarnet ARMSTRONG Esq of Lower Gardiner street, in this city, to Georgina Packenham youngest daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of Newtown Park, co DublinNickR
LS1841218NPMSWANGeorgina Packenham At Abbeyleix, John Garnet ARMSTRONG Esq of Lower Gardiner street, to Georginal Packenham daughter of the late Greves Chamney SWAN EsqNickR
FJ18281228bNPDSWANGrace (nee COOTE)MrsOn 22nd inst. at Grace Park, Richmond aged 70, Grace, wife of Major William B SWAN and daughter of Thomas COOTE Esq. brother to the late Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre COOTE KB Commander-in-Chief India. She was a patient sufferer under a protracted and severe illness and has left to regret her loss a numerous circle of relatives and friends to whom she was endeared by her amiable and gentle manner and kind and excellent dispositionNickR
LEP-CS1829102NPDSWANGrace (nee COOTE)MrsAt Richmond, Grace, wife of Major W B SWAN, and daughter of Thomas COOTE, Esq. brother to the late Lieut-General Sir Eyre COOTENickR
LGA1819706NPDSWANGraves ChamneyEsqIn Dublin the wife of Graves C SWAN EsqNickR
FJ18201222NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqYesterday morning at Stillorgan Church, by the Rev John HUNT, Graves Chamney SWANN, Esq of Stillorgan Park to Miss ATKIN of Fitzwilliam SquareNickR
FJ18211008NPBSWANGraves ChamneyEsqOn the 2nd inst, in Merion Square, the lady of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of a sonNickR
LEP-CS1829519NPDSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt his residence of Newtown Park, county Dublin, Graves Chamney SWAN Esq Receiver General of the Post OfficeNickR
FJ1831825NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqOn the 24th inst, at Stillorgan church, by the Rev John HUNT, William DREVAR Esq son of the late George DREVAR essq of this city, to Henrietta St Lawrence, daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of Newtown ParkNickR
LH1831829NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqIn Stillorgan church, William DREVOR Esq of Dublin to Henrietta daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN, of Newtown Park EsqNickR
LEP-CS1831830NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt Stilloggan church, William DREVAR Esq son of the late George DREVAR Esq of Dublin to Henrietta St Lawrence, daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN, Esq of Newtown ParkNickR
LC1834319NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt Abbyleix church, Samuel H EVERS Esq of Levitstown, co Kildare, to Miss SWAN daughter of the late Graves C SWAN Esq of DublinNickR
LT1836418NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqWilliam LEDWICH, of Seville place, Esq to Eliza daughter of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of Rathmullen, co MeathNickR
LS1840427NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt Douglas church, the Rev William HALL, Chancellor of the Diocese of Cork, to Mary, fourth daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN, Esq of Newtown Park, Obelisk, county DublinNickR
FJ1841215NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqOn the 12th inst, at Abbeyleix, John F\GHarnet ARMSTRONG Esq of Lower Gardiner street, in this city, to Georgina Packenham youngest daughter of the late Graves Chamney SWAN Esq of Newtown Park, co DublinNickR
LS1841218NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt Abbeyleix, John Garnet ARMSTRONG Esq of Lower Gardiner street, to Georginal Packenham daughter of the late Greves Chamney SWAN EsqNickR
LS1841412NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqChauncy SWAN Esq second son of the late G SWAN of Newtown Park, co Dublin, to Catherine only daughter of R CHAPMAN Esq of Catchell, SomersetshireNickR
FJ1846717NPDSWANGraves ChamneyEsqAt Hot Wels Clifton, William B SWAN, Esq youngest son of the late Graves C SWAN Esq of Newtown Park Oblisk, co DublinNickR
FJ18541016NPMSWANGraves ChamneyEsqOctober 11, at Coraley, Wiltshire, the Rev John T A SWAN, of Leagington, co Cork, fourth son of Graves Chamney SWAN Esq late of Newtown Park, co Dublin, to Anne Symes, eldest daughter of the Rev James Hay WAUGH, rector of CoraleyNickR
FJ1845320NPDSWANGraves ChamneyMajOn the 12th inst, at Leicester Lodge, co Dublin, suddenly Catherine Jane, wife of Maj SWAN, staff officer; and on the 17th Edmond Lombard Frederick their eldest sonNickR
FJ1824413NPSSWANGraves Chamney St Patricks assurance company of Ireland — election of directors 1. Graves C SWAN 696 votesNickR

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H ALLEN  Joseph ATKINSON  Part 02
Joseph ATKINSON  Robert BARLOW  Part 03
Sarah BARLOW  William BEATTY  Part 04
Catherine BEATY  John BENNETT  Part 05
John BENNETT   BEVERHOUDT  Part 06
BEVIN  Alexander BLOOD  Part 07
Benjamin BLOOD  Catherine Cole BOWEN  Part 08
Christopher BOWEN  John BRAY  Part 09
J BREDIN  Joseph BROWNRIG  Part 10
Rosanna Bridget (nee LEE) BROWNRIG  Nathaniel Edward BUTLER  Part 11
Pierce BUTLER  Joseph CARROL  Part 12
Thomas CARROL  Robert CHADWICKE  Part 13
Robert CHADWICKE  Amelia CHRISTIAN  Part 14
Anastasia CHRISTIAN  Richard CLOSE  Part 15
Robert Barry CLOSE  Anthony CONNELL  Part 16
Barbara CONNELL  Charles Eyre COOTE  Part 17
Charles Eyre COOTE  Robert COOTE  Part 18
Robert COOTE   CRAMPTON  Part 19
CRAMPTON  Edward CROKER  Part 20
Edward CROKER  Henry CROKER  Part 21
Henry CROKER  Maria Sophia [nee LASCELLS] CROKER  Part 22
Marianne CROKER   CROKER  Part 23
CROKER  Georgina CUYLER  Part 24
Lambett D[R]EW  Paul DE†PEYRONNET  Part 25
Pierre-Denis DE†PEYRONNET  Thomas DIVETT  Part 26
Thomas DIXON  Barry DREW  Part 27
Barry DREW  Pierce William DREW  Part 28
Pierce William DREW  Lawrence DURACK  Part 29
Lawrence DURACK  Thomas ELRINGTON  Part 30
ELRINGTON  Catherine FAULKNER  Part 31
W C FAULKNER  Laurence FITZGERALD  Part 32
M FITZGERALD  G E FORMAN  Part 33
John FORRESTAL  Bartholemew FRERE  Part 34
George FREWEN   GEORGE  Part 35
Elizabeth GEORGE[SIC]  William GOGGIN  Part 36
William GOGGIN  Marinne GRANT  Part 37
Mercia Maria GRANT  Richard GREVILLE  Part 38
Richard F GREVILLE  Hans HAMILTON  Part 39
Hans HAMILTON  (nee DENNIS) HARRISON  Part 40
Elizabeth (nee WINTER) HARRISON  George HEHIR  Part 41
James HEHIR  Ellen HILL  Part 42
G L HILL  Samuel HOLMES  Part 43
Samuel HOLMES   HUGGARD  Part 44
HUGGINS  Robert INGRAM  Part 45
INGRAM   JESSOP  Part 46
JESSOP   KEARNEY  Part 47
Hugh KEARNS  Alexander Speer KERR  Part 48
John KERR  David H LAMBERT  Part 49
John LAMBERT  William LAWRENCE  Part 50
LAWRENCE  John LEE  Part 51
John LEE  Joseph LENNARD  Part 52
Charlotte LENNON  Richard Pennefather LLOYD  Part 53
Rick LLOYD  James LYONS  Part 54
James D LYONS   MAHAFFY  Part 55
MAHAFFY  George MASSEY  Part 56
George [Eyre] MASSEY  Daniel MAUNSELL  Part 57
Daniel Henry MAUNSELL  John MCFARLAN  Part 58
Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY  Terence MIHAN  Part 59
Terence MIHAN  Andrew MOLONY  Part 60
Anne MOLONY  Isaac MORGAN  Part 61
James MORGAN  Robert MURPHY  Part 62
Thomas MURPHY  Jeremiah NOONAN  Part 63
James NORCOT  Samuel R ODELL  Part 64
Sarah ODELL   OLIVER  Part 65
OLIVER  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 66
Thomas PAKENHAM  Joseph PEACOCKE  Part 67
Joseph PEACOCKE  Maria Helena PERSSE  Part 68
Matilda PERSSE  Richard PLUMMER  Part 69
Cecilia Matilda PLUMPTRE  John PURCELL  Part 70
John PURCELL  John REDDAN  Part 71
John REDDAN  Phoebe RIDGEWAY  Part 72
Patrick RIEDY  Alexander ROSE  Part 73
Christopher ROSE  George RYAN  Part 74
Gertrude RYAN  Henry SANDFORD  Part 75
SANDFORD  A SHEARES  Part 76
Davis SHEARIN  Richard SMALLMAN  Part 77
Richard SMALLMAN  James SPLAINE  Part 78
Delilah SPOKES  Elizabeth Catherine STOPFORD  Part 79
James STOPFORD  Graves Chamney SWAN  Part 80
Graves Chamney SWAN  Theophilas Morris SYMMS  Part 81
Theophilas Morris SYMMS  William TAYLOR  Part 82
William TAYLOR  Austen TOOHEY  Part 83
Bent TOOLE  Robert TYNDALL  Part 84
TYNDALL  Cadwallader F WADDY  Part 85
Cadwallder WADDY   WALLACE  Part 86
WALLACE  Mary WEEKS  Part 87
Nicholas WEEKS   WHITE  Part 88
WHITE  Edward WILSON  Part 89
Edward WILSON   WILSON  Part 90
WILSON   WYLDE  Part 91
Robert WYLEY    Part 92

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